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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOfr RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1916.
Singing, Dancing, Comedians
"MASTERS OF THE XYLOPHONE"
Singing and Comedy
With "Billie Burns" and Six First-Class
Singers and Dancers
The Cay Deceiver
Classy Costumed Surprises
Novelty Acrobatic Asrial Act
Matinee and Evening
The Film Novel of the Hour Showing at The Bligh
Theatre every Tuesday and Wednesday
Extra Good Show for
PwaniI TAtMAWAur0 kit popular price Hippodrome vau
I I1C UICU1U IVUlUUUn deville road show. The cast includes
three attractive girls and four corned-
. Billy Burns, known throughout thoians who furnish plenty of melody and
show world for his qpmedy creation of hilarity. Others on tho bill are' Four
Patsy, the freckled-faced red-headed Musical Bonnell-a, tho Three Lilliputs;
school boy in Charles Kendricks' up-Jeane, a remarkablv clever girl come
roariously funny sketch, "The School-dieune; Vardainan, female impersoiiat-
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SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT
ONE DAY ONLY
The Big Classic Girl Show
Sunday -- Bligh Theatre -- Sunday
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master," will come to the Grand theu
tre tomorrow, matinee and night, with
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Miss Audrey Munson, the famous
Panama-Pacific exposition art mod
el, will be seen in Howard Clifford's
"Purity," at the Bligh theatre Mon
day and Tuesday. This photoplay
day and Tuesday. This photoplay
has been endorsed by America's best
known artists as an educating and
moral picture. Miss Munson is the
favorite of American artists and
sculptors, being noted for the beauti
of her figure and rare grace of her
or; Adelyne Lowe & Co., novelty sur
prise artists, and feature photoplays.
Our circulation is still climb-
ing up read the paper and
you'll know tba reason.
director Holds World Is
in "The Grip of Evil"
"The Grip of Evil is right," growled
the usually urbane and sunny Sherwood
MacDonald, who is directing the 1'atlie
release. "The Grip of Evil" 'as he
trained his binoculars on one of those
high fogs that occasionally infest the
sunny environs of Long Beach, Cal.,
where the studios of the Buliioa Com
pany are located.
When asked why Tie was of that opin
ion, no replied :
"Here Jack Reach has everything- pre
pared for that big scene in 'The Grip of
Evil' four hours ago and not a foot of
tilm has been run yet. Then I hail two
blow-outs coming to the studio; my
wife 's pet eat was sick all night ; the
water in the ocean was too cold this
morning for me to take a dip; my neck
is BUiiDurned to a blister and I'm hun
gry. Talk about the grip of evil I know
all about it. It's got me."
"The Grip of Evil." which MacDon
ald is directing, will be released by the
i-atne txenange- the latest release will
be seen here at the Bligh theatre i.ext
Tuesduy and Wednesday.
Chester I.utz, of Shreveport, I.a., is in
Judge Bingham went to Mill City this
William O. Schulte is in the city from
Mrs. W-. C. Mitchell, o'f Corvallis, was
in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Simon are visit
ing a few days at Sheridan.
J. E. Drillette, of Marion, was reg
istered yesterday at the Capital hotel.
Miss Marcella" Bynon, who is teaching
in Mission Bottom, i5 in the city.
A. M. Clough and fumily arc motor
ing today on tho Columbia highway.
Miss Irene Curtis, a student at tuc O.
A. C, is visiting hero over Sunday.
Frank Ward wpht'to Albany this aft
ernoon. Football was the attraction.
F. H. Hughes and wife, of The Italics,
were registered yesterday at tlie Bligh.
Miss Helen Savage, deputy county re
corder, is visiting iu Portland over Sun
day. Guy Barber and Dwight Burtlett, of
Portland, will visit friends in Salem to
morrow. Joe McAllister, assistant secretary
of the descrr. land board, is in Portluud
.to, see the big football game.
.lames T. Chinnock, superintendent of
Water Division, No. 1, motored down
to Portland this morning
Mrs. R. F. Richardson and Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Johnson returned last even
ing from a short visit at Newport.
Miss Mabel Robertson, of 1)0!) Center
street, is spending the week-end with
Marguerite Looncy, ot Jefferson.
Mrs. Ralph Body, and daughter, of
Portland, are in the city for a short
visit at homo of Ray I'. Richardson.
Harvey Lambert, of Waverly, Wash.,
is in the city visiting with his sister,
Mrs. William McLaughlin, and family.
Miss Laura Tantis, stenographer for
the telephone company, has returned
from an extended visit to relatives near
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ashby, who pur- j
chased-a farm near Gervais recently,
have left their place east of Salem for :
their new home. I
Mrs. Maude DaMotta, stenographer at j
ine siate nouse, went to Portland today
to attend the O .A. C.-l'niversity eft' Ne
braska football game there.
Hurry Q. Milljj who is attending the
University of Oregon, returned to Eu
gene this morning after a short visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A
Mills. Orville Baldwin, of the Frank H.
Ward drug store, will leave for Port
laud in the morning. He will enter the
employ of a wholesale drug house.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Fruitland, Ore., Oct. It). M. M. Han
som has installed a telephone in his
home. And now Mr. or Mrs. Rubberneck
you have another chance to play the
sneak listening to what dou 't concern
A few nights ago Carroll, who is now
runner for a new barey firm, was the
subject of about every old kind of noise.
One would have supposed the bread was
burning or the yeast jar had exploded
and the fire alarm had been turned in
with every kid yelling and every ol'l
cow bell ringing. But aH is now serene
and congratulations of Docia are ex
tended. Mrs. Monson, of Hollywood, is visit
ing her daughter, ,..r. Nina Bressler, of
L. C. Rautenburg is sawing wood for
some of the neighbors.
Last Friday morning, tile 13th inst.,
occurred that sad accident chronicled
by the local press. A family has been
called to moiira the instant and untime
ly death of a loved wife and mother,
Mrs. C. M. Matlock, of Salem. Mrs.
Mona Matlock, formerly Miss Moua
Simpson, of Fruitland, was also very se
verely injured at the time. She is the
daughter of Mr. an -I Mrs. J. B. Simpson
of this place. The Capital Journal seems
to have not been informed of her injur
ies and narrow escape from death. Her
right shoulder was badly crushed and
collar bone broken, also her right ear
was badly slit. She also received some
severe laceration of the scalp. Ono of
her knees is also badly wrenched. She
was tuken from the wreck as dead and
did not regain consciousness till nrrival
at the Salem hospital At this writing
she is on a fair way to recovery. An
other sad circumstance is her two-year-old
child, little Ailene, did not escupe,
poor baby, its lower lip und chin were
cut through to the bone, the cut extend
ing toward the throat. The head was
also hurt. It is thought the child will
recover. It has been taken from the
hospital to the home of Mr. Matlock.
But Prices Higher!
New York, Oct. 21 The New York
Evening Sun finauciul review today !
Trading in stocks was in heavy vol- :
vme throughout the list of prominent
issues, with especial activity in United
States Steel common which sold up one
point in the initial operations. Other
steel shares joined in the advancing
movement, while the equipment ana i
sugar securities moved into higher I
ground, both Cuban cane sugar and Am
erican beet sugar going to new rec
ords. Realizing liquidation was well absorb
ed but at times it was heavy enough to
bring about price reactions in tho lead
Speculative adjustments incident to
the end, of the week were responsible
for the irergular tendencis in tho last
hour of business. The market's general
tone, however, was firm, with exception
vauced more than four points.
Journal Want Ads Get Results.
The World-Famous Model
P U R I-T V
An Artistic Triumph in 7 Parts
Scenes of Marvelous beauty in which the absorbing uetiou of the powerful
drama are laid: "
ALLEGORICAL PAXCE on A wood bordered lawn, facing the Pacific
Ocean. Gnrdon fete in an outdoor natural Greek Amphitheatre, whore Miss
Munson poses in sculptor amid poetic dunces.
The sunken garden where EVIL casts seeds of discord over the GAUDK.W
OF LIFE. -
The Artist's discovery of ri'RITY bathing in a woodland pool.
Reproductions of fnuious paintings in the artist's studio, posed by Miss
MAGDALEN, by E. Herbert Ml'SI DORA, bv Gainsborough
ANDROMEDA, by Mile. Marguerite Tho HATH of PSYCH K, by Leightou
PRUM1BR, by A. Asti
T1IK TOLAR STAR, by Luis FaleroSTAT I'A R V Ft INKS
DESCENDING NIGHT, the crowning figure at' the Court of Honor, tit the
Panama Pacific' International Exposition, by A. A. Wernuinti, as originally
posed bv Miss Munson.
APHRODITE of ONIDUS, by rinxitele.
ABUNDANCE, bv Carl Bitter (as originally posed bv Miss Munson).
SPRING, by Albert Toft.
FATB, by Gilbert Ledward.
TV ALTJOGliO, by Henry lleriug. (Dy Special T'erinission.)
KI'XNING DIANA, by Henry llering. Hy Sjiecial Pcnnisiiii.)
Two Days Only
Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 23-24
Matinee and Evening Matinee and Evening
IU MiWii I " i I Hi f I I ,
DAREDEVIL KATE'S NO MOLLYCODDLE
She Knows Trouble When Sho Sees Tt, and She Does Not Object, to
Plunging Headlong- Into It. That Is Why She ILis Received
Such A Nickuaino '
Portrays tho Title Iiolo In
Soul Stirring Story of a Woman's Redemption
WILL BREAK JITNEY MEN
Portland, Ore., Oct. 21. Jitney tins
men declared today they would be driv-l
eu off the streets if the city council
framed the ordinance it contemplates' I
The proposed law prohibits jitneys from
paralleling trolley car lines, which has I
the effect of ejecting them from the'
principal thoroughfares and excluding'
them from the downtown district. ;
NEW YORK SUCCESSES
MISS DONNA YICKROY-MR. BERT PORTER ,
And an Excellent Cast
Grand 2 days com. Oct. 25
BIRTH CONTROL CLINICS
New York, Oct. 21 Margaret Sanger,
known from coust to coast as a birth
control advocate, hus established Am
erica's first birth control clinic hero
today. .Mrs. Sanger said that not only
will the police, who arc looking for her
clinic, fail to find it. but she will soon
cstnblish four others here and open clin
ics in ull the lurgo cities in the country.